LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Country singer Thomas Rhett’s newest album debuted at the leading of the weekly U.S. Billboard 200 album chart on Monday, primary six new entries in the leading 10.
“Life Improvements,” the 3rd studio album by Rhett, offered 94,000 albums, 90,000 music and was streamed 30 million periods, totaling 123,000 album models, according to figures from Nielsen SoundScan.
The Billboard 200 chart tallies models from album profits, music profits (10 music equal one album) and streaming action (1,500 streams equal one album).
Electro-pop team Odesza debuted at No. 2 with “Moment Apart” promoting 63,000 album models, although alt-rock band The Nationwide entered the chart at No. 3 with “Sleep Properly Beast” promoting 62,000 album models.
Other new entries in the leading 10 of the Billboard 200 chart included singer-songwriter Jack Johnson at No. 5 with “All The Mild Above” and region songs singers Dustin Lynch at No. 7 with “Current Mood” and Kip Moore at No. 10 with “Slowheart.”
Previous week’s chart-topper, Lcd Soundsystem’s “American Dream,” dropped to No. 56 this week.
On the Digital Tracks chart, which measures on line solitary profits, British singer Sam Smith’s new keep track of “Too Great at Goodbyes” ousted Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Designed Me Do” from the leading location, promoting 90,000 copies.
Reporting by Piya Sinha-Roy Modifying by Dan Grebler